What to see in Milan? The sightseeing at the capital city must start from the Duomo of Milan, one of the world most famous gothic cathedral near to the Palazzo Reale, headquarters of international exhibitions. Proceeding with the magnificent Galleria Vittorio Emanuele you will arrive at the Teatro alla Scala, moving away from the city centre you will reach in few minutes many of the Milanese museums, such as Pinacoteca di Brera and other important city monuments (must see: Castello Sforzesco and his most famous painting Ultima Cena by Leonardo). The efficient underground service also allows to reach the San Siro Stadium, where Inter and Milan play for internal games, and the Navigli, place of historical interest and heart of the Milanese day and night life.
How to reach Milan
From Limbiate you should take the suburban train from Bovisio-Masciago station (700 m far from the Hotel) to Milan Cadorna. From here the subway (M2) will take you to the city centre.
From the station of Cesano Maderno, 3 km far from Hotel Dei Giovi, you can take the suburban train that in 30 minutes takes you to Cadorna. From here with the subway you are in Duomo.
From Cambiago you have to take the subway from “Gessate” station, only 6 km far from the hotel and without any change you arrive in Milan Centrale in 40 minutes.
From Monza the last stop of the red subway “Sesto I Maggio (FS)” is only 4 km far from the hotel. From Loreto it is possible to take the green line (M2) if case you need to reach Milan Centrale.
From San Vittore Olona the nearest Underground stop is Rho Fiera (M1 – Red line), at 9 km from the Hotel. The Duomo is only 15 minutes away (M1 – Red Line).
You can also get the train at Parabiago Station ( 3 km from the hotel): Milano Porta Garibaldi Station (M2 – Green Line) is just 20 minutes away.